If your marriage is in crisis and you feel hopeless and afraid, please call us at 949-698-0868 or email info@relationshiplifeline.org

(first session is free of charge)

If you or your marriage is in severe crisis, we want to offer you a Lifeline. Of course, if this is an emergency, please call 911. 

Here at R3 Relationship lifeline it is our mission to meet you where you are in your time of need. All you have to do is pick up the phone and book your free session with us at: 949-698-0868. We can help.

If your world has been turned upside down by a shocking event involving your spouse or you recently uncovered a secret, a BIG secret, about your spouse that can never be justified, such as an affair or learned that your spouse has an addiction to pornography, call today it’s free to book a call! 


If any of the events listed above or anything else life altering, dangerous or scary has happened in your life and has left you feeling ashamed, insecure, hopeless, abandoned or afraid. PLEASE CALL US. WE CAN AND WILL HELP.

We understand that these terrifying emotions are common for people experiencing a marriage or personal life in deep crisis. Trust me when I say that you are not alone.

R3 Relationship Lifeline has a long history of helping individuals and couples in crisis mode navigate the seemingly impossible. 

We know you feel tremendous pain. We know you may feel a sense of helplessness and desperation. We also know that if you don’t get immediate help, your chances to move past these issues become slimmer over time, and each attempt actually gets more painful.

You need to start the healing process today — for yourself, for your spouse or loved one, for each other, for your family, and for all your future relationships. 

It is common when traumatic issues surface, for a spouse to not be willing to attend Relationship Lifeline, and that’s okay. You can come on your own and still reap a ton of personal benefits that can ease your pain and get you back on your feet. Let us help with the reluctant spouse. R3 Relationship Lifeline has a team that specializes in crisis situations who can speak with that reluctant spouse about the value of attending. Our team has an amazing success rate when it comes to getting both spouses to attend the intensive. 

That being said, even if your spouse refuses to attend, we will strongly suggest you come on your own. I realize this is scary and I applaud you for your courage as you consider this option.

Healing starts with the individual, and in many cases an absent spouse will attend after witnessing the changes in their spouse who does attend one of our programs.